Dr. Lothar Jahn is a busy man when it comes to music - musician, journalist, musicologist with a doctorate, cultural manager. He creates the program Lothars Liedertreff on the Offener Kanal Kassel and created the "Klangreisen", multimedia lectures on famous bands. In addition, there is his video channel Lothars Liederbuch and several other activities. Among them, various CDs, especially in the two Corona years, including this album on the dreams of the seventies. At that time, as an eighteen-year-old, he discovered music greats like Mike Oldfield, Pink Floyd or Ougenweide. He began to play various instruments, and in 1977 a rather inconsequential single was created from today's point of view. It can be heard as the second CD on the newly created double album. Lothar Jahn dedicates himself again to the melodies composed at that time, and 47 years later an interesting, multi-layered extended new recording emerges. It meanders between folk, prog rock, jazz and more. Something new is happening all the time, styles are changing, new arrangement ideas, instruments and rhythms are always making you sit up and take notice. The work was supported by a grant from the Hessische Kulturstiftung and the American record company Lion Productions.